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Editor’s Pick: Jingle All the Way

November 7, 2012

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By CHESTER BAKER SPORTS EDITOR With the holiday season just around the corner, everyone will begin to dust off their favorite Christmas movies. While the classics such as Elf, How the Grinch Stole Christmas and White Christmas are sure to be shown on a 24-hour loop from now until Dec. 26, I will be reaching for a film somewhat off the beaten path. The ultimate “It’s so bad it’s good” holiday movie is without a...

Editor’s Pick: Flannery O’Connor

November 7, 2012

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By RICKY BORDELON ASSISTANT OPINIONS EDITOR “The truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it,” Flannery O’Connor, one of the best authors of the Southern Gothic movement, said. Once, during my sophomore year of high school in the middle of January, just after we returned from the respite of the Christmas holidays, my English teacher announced that we would begin reading a couple of stories and n...

Editor’s Pick: Chuck Klosterman

October 24, 2012

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By MATT ROSENFELD Assistant Sports Editor Everyone has a favorite writer. Mine is Bill Simmons. I am admittedly a sports geek, so the “Sports Guy,” as Bill Simmons is called, is right up my alley. But there is another writer high on my list for a completely different reason: because he makes me think in ways I have never thought before. Chuck Klosterman is that writer. Oddly enough, I came across Klosterman ...

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